These disadvantages are linguistic, cultural, and invisible to those who make up a cultural hegemony. Without tearing down these barriers, our justice system cannot serve true justice.
Without thorough involvement with First Nations people, sensitively recognising the higher stakes and enormity of their contribution, events become inauthentic and harmful.
You Can Go Now cannot be considered safe viewing by any means, but it is necessary viewing. It is not a film for delicate constitutions, but for those who are ready for a reckoning.
Aboriginal Studies is a subject that has seen very low enrolments across NSW public schools. As a new Labor government takes the reins, is it time that we see education reform to mandate Aboriginal Studies in NSW classrooms?
While national and state curricula attempt to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, histories, and experiences are embedded into classrooms, and government policy prioritises that school outcomes for Indigenous students match or better that of their non-Indigenous peers, the implementation is left almost wholly in the hands of teachers.
Even if the act of healing is painful, it is better than suffering in silence among the flames.
The tribunal ruled that the project does not impede the Native Title rights of Gomeroi owners.
Protesters gathered on Gadigal Land in Sydney yesterday to condemn Albanese’s public holiday and push for the abolition of the monarchy.
The additional places will be reserved to improve enrolment rates of First Nations, low SES, disabled, regional and other disadvantaged students.
Following the revelation ARNA was likely a name stolen from the Barngarla people, SASS has renamed their annual student literary journal AVENUE.